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Electrical balance in the brain

Balance is the key. It’s not exactly neuroscience; except it is.

Trial starts for phone app that uses light, sound and brainwaves to treat pain

Researchers at The University of Manchester are developing a smart mobile program connected to goggles which flash light in a special frequency to tune patients’ brains in a ground-breaking cure for chronic pain.

Cancer Survivors Predicted to Top 22 Million by 2030

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Currently, thanks to better screening and therapy, over 17 million Americans who had cancer stay living, the American Cancer Society said in a new report.

Clinical Challenges: Test Your Knowledge on Leukemia

(MedPage Today) — Greatest first-line CLL Alternative, treating older AML patients, and managing CAR-T toxicity

How can governments fight antimicrobial resistance with policy?

Authorities have a wide array of policy choices at their disposal to respond to the expanding threat of antimicrobial resistance, but many of these approaches have never been rigorously assessed, according to a new study.

Few Days of Formula Feeding After Delivery Won't Harm Breastfed Babies

Title: Couple Of Days of Formula Feeding Following Delivery Won’t Harm Breastfed Infants
Category: Health News
Made: 6/10/2019 12:00:00 AM
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Territories Warn Congress of Medicaid Cliff

(MedPage Today) — Urge passage of Invoices to Prevent”catastrophic damage”

Sepsis-Associated Coagulopathy: ART-123 Fails to Reduce Mortality (CME/CE)

(MedPage Today) — Lessons learned in the Damaging SCARLET phase III trial of recombinant human soluble thrombomodulin

Expert Panel Backs PrEP for People at High HIV Risk

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Best called the two-drug combo tablet Truvada, PrEP prevents HIV from creating a permanent infection in people exposed through sex or injection drug use, the CDC says.

Researchers reveal key role of pressure-sensing protein in lung edema

Researchers in the University of Illinois at Chicago describe for the first time the part of a unique, pressure-sensing protein in the evolution of lung edema–a disease in which chronic high cerebral pressure from the lungs induces fluid in the bloodstream to enter the air spaces of the lungs.